The Gatton estate is approximately 600 acres in size and split between National Trust managed land and the home of Royal Alexandra and Albert School.
The Georgian Group have announced the winners and commended entries of their 2016 Architectural Awards, including The Brown Tercentenary Award.
Linking Capability Brown’s five landscapes in Kent are his accounts; those in the Lindley Library and those with Drummond’s Bank. Kent Gardens Trust have pieced together a story for each of the sites.
Using stunning and ground-breaking technology, a new interactive light commission In Light was created by light artists, Creatmosphere, at Compton Verney.
If you like to make the most of every minute of your day you are probably already someone who listens to podcasts, using your commute, weekly shop or trip to the gym to fill your mind with new, fascinating, or funny facts about the world.
In 1980, John and Kitty Anderson came across an original plan by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown for the landscape surrounding Kirkharle. This was most likely to have been drawn when Brown stayed with Lady Loraine of Kirkharle Hall in 1760.
Families can explore Bowood House & Gardens near Chippenham, Wiltshire this Half Term to take part in a rather special Scarecrow Trail!
One of the less well known elements of Brown's life was his election as High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire in 1770.
There were always rumours that ‘Capability’ Brown had designed the vast 2,300-acre landscape that surrounds Belvoir Castle. But there was no proof. Then, one day in 2008, completely out of the blue, the archivist discovered a huge dusty old plan of the gardens dated 1780, by Lancelot Brown.
Autumn has well a truly started, so join in our new leaf-peeping photography competition and you could win one of three great Capability Brown prizes.